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Video: @YungRalph @FettyWap - "Act a Fool" (prod. @YungLan)

Video: Yung Ralph f/ Fetty Wap - "Act a Fool" (Prod. by Yung Lan)

A.T.: Debuted by WorldStarHipHop, the Atlanta Underground Rap Vet Preps To Deliver I Am Juugman Project in December.

Audio: Cavanaugh - "Typecast" (@Mike_Eagle @YEAHRIGHTPOS @Busdriverr @MelloMusicGroup)

Audio: Cavanaugh (Open Mike Eagle & Serengeti) - "Typecast"


Audio: Koralation (Kore & @RevOfEMS) - "Save Dat Money (Remix)"

Audio: Koralation (Kore & Revalation of EMS) - "Save Dat Money (Remix)"

Chris: The duo Koralation consists of Kore & Revalation, both of the Mass rhyme collective EMS. Their self-titled EP will arrive in 2016!! Until then they've decided to let loose some remixes as promo for their upcoming project. This is their entry for Lil Dicky's "Save Dat Money" Remix Contest!! Revalation kicks it off describing his version of a "cheap date" while Kore follows with witty lines about his frugal ways! Enjoy!
Video: A-F-R-O - "Code #829" (@NatureSounds @RATheRuggedMan)

Video: A-F-R-O - "Code #829"

Nature: Cali native A-F-R-O (aka All Flows Reach Out) burst onto the scene last year as the winner of R.A. The Rugged Man's "Definition Of A Rap Flow" contest, impressing rap fans worldwide with impossibly intricate freestyles that pushed the boundaries of improvised, off-the-top rhyming. Since then, he's officially signed with the Rugged Man and received co-signs from a host of hip-hop heavyweights - from DJ Premier to Talib Kweli to Queen Latifah to Questlove of The Roots.

Video: Dan-e-o Interviews The Whispers (@Daneo10)

Video: Dan-e-o Interviews The Whispers

On May 1, 2015, veteran Toronto MC, Dan-e-o enjoyed the "bucket list" experience of a lifetime when he sat down with R&B/soul legends, The Whispers. In this exclusive two-part interview, group members Walter Scott, Scotty Scott and Leaveil Degree discuss a number of topics.

-the importance of the live performance aspect of a musicianís career
-the origin of the groupís on-stage choreography
-America's battle between the police force and the black community
-the shooting death of a similarly-named Walter Scott by a police officer
-the future of the groupís recording career
-their upcoming concert in Toronto, Canada
Audio: @821MUSIC @Jxmmi - "Lobby (Remix)" @JoeBayer

Audio: 821 f/ Slim Jxmmi - "Lobby (Remix)"

Joe: Upon logging into Instagram and searching the ď#LobbyChallengeĒ hashtag, you'll find a plethora of clips of gangstas, hustlas, kids, video vixens, and grannies alike having fun, participating in the "Lobby Challenge" Ė a carefree dance with a grim undertone.

Audio: @BishupBicardi - "Up a Notch" (@FlyLikeDove @Tygereye)

Audio: Bishup Bicardi - "Up a Notch"

Dove: Turn up and tune in as Boston's Bishup Bicardi and his labelmate Excetera take it "Up A Notch" with this absolute banger produced by Mike Cip of Split2nd Ent! Enjoy!

Video: Phat Kat - "Rededication" (@ronnieeuro @MacMediaPromo)

Video: Phat Kat - "Rededication"

Matt: Phat Kat (born Ronnie Watts) is perhaps best known for being a favorite collaborator of the late great J Dilla (AKA Jay Dee). Phat Katís career began in the mid-90ís as a part of the group known as 1st Down; which consisted of Phat Kat as vocalist and J Dilla on production.

Video: @BARSMurre @FameMOP - "Rapper Don" (@JRonin)

Video: B.A.R.S. Murre f/ Fame (M.O.P.) - "Rapper Don"

J-Ronin: New Jersey artist B.A.R.S. MURRE goes to Brooklyn to link w/ Lil Fame from the legendary M.O.P.
Taken from B.A.R.S. MURRE's upcoming album "Black Tanita" out December 8th Pre-order now.

Run The Jewels - Oh My Darling (Don't Meow) Just Blaze Remix

Run The Jewels - Oh My Darling (Don't Meow) Just Blaze Remix

"Cats are taking over the rap game, your favorite Run The Jewels songs, and now, a bustling metropolis near you. Will Just Blaze be able to keep his sanity amidst the chaos? Visit for a free album download of "Meow The Jewels" or buy RTJ2, the album that inspired it here: ."

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